Bayern Munich striker Miroslav Klose says he is seriously considering a summer move to Lazio.
The 33-year-old, who is out of contract at Bayern this month, saw a move to the Serie A club fall through in January.
And Germany international Klose has revealed completing a free transfer to the Rome outfit this month is a possibility.
"Let's say that I am evaluating some offers and Lazio are among them," Klose told Golmania.
"My wife and I have been to Rome on vacation and it is a fantastic city. The food is wonderful too.
"I was close to Lazio in January, but Bayern wanted money that they weren't prepared to pay. Now I am in charge of my own destiny.
"I tracked their progress and they have a very solid squad including Mauro Zarate, Hernanes, Cristian Ledesma and Andre Dias. I also like the club colours, as there is a lot of joy around the club and that means a lot to me.
"I need to talk to the Lazio directors, but can tell the fans that if I do come, then I won't let you down.
"I am very enthusiastic, I work very hard and never give in. My shirt is always wet through with sweat at the final whistle."
Klose, capped 109 times for Germany, remains an integral part of the national team but has seen his first-team action limited at Bayern this season.
The striker insists he feels capable of proving himself in a new league, adding: "I was no longer part of their (Bayern's) plans, but I want to be a protagonist with the German team, so I need to play more regularly.
"I do not feel remotely old at 33. If anything, I am very motivated at the idea of starting again in a new environment."